- Mzansi rapper Nasty C recently spoke about one of his most famous set of lyrics and what they mean to him
- The rapper wants to stay true to himself, regardless of whatever big-money deals come his way
- Nasty C is working on some new music but what's important to him is not losing sight of who he is
Nasty C is a lyricist in his own right and recently opened up about the deeper meaning behind one of his signature lines. In the song There They Go, Nasty C says that he signs deals but he still owns his own soul. When asked to elaborate, this is what the rapper said about it:
"It just means I sign deals, I make good business deals but I don't let it change me or the person that I am or the way that I work. I don't get too carried away. A lot of people sign and they change completely and start to get out of touch with their core fan base."
Nasty C said that staying true to himself is important and he doesn't let any deals get in the way of who he is as a person. Whatever he does, the rapper wants to remain himself throughout.
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Nasty C said this while he was being interviewed by Off The Porch and also spoke about his album, Zulu Man With Some Power.
Towards the end of the interview, the rapper said that he's got some new music lined up but doesn't want to give away too many details.
Briefly News previously reported that Nasty C told the story of when he met the legendary rapper 50 Cent a while back.
In an interview, Nasty C shared his experience with fans, saying what an absolute honour it was Speaking to Bryson 'Boom' Paul on 50 Cent’s talk show, This Is 50, Nasty C explained how he had met 50 Cent back in 2018 and how he got given a copy of his book, 50th Law.
Nasty C said that 50 Cent did not give him any advice regarding his career, even though he spoke for over an hour. Nasty C just listened to a bunch of 50 Cent’s stories and found him rather amusing.
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Source: Briefly News